Dec 22

Offers a significant new way of conceptualising and communicating the potential role of the humanities in medical training.

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Nov 29

Three experts Cees van der Vleuten, Fiona Patterson and Gerry Gormley discuss the way they think the field of medical education is heading over the next 50 years.

Part of a panel discussion held at ASME to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Medical Education. For more on these celebrations visit: www.mededuc.com

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Nov 29

Cees van der Vleuten, Fiona Patterson and Gerry Gormley talk about the way they think the field of medical education is heading.

Excerpt from a panel discussion at ASME, part of the 50th anniversary of Medical Education celebrations. For more on these celebrations visit: www.mededuc.com

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Nov 01

Explores how game theory can be applied by trainees and physicians, to medical education and medicine in general, to 'change the game’ when competing priorities exist, particularly when their preferred outcome is not the most likely final one.

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Nov 01

Recently there has been an increase in popularity of trainees from high-income countries undertaking global health experiences in low-and middle-income host communities. But up until now, there has been little research that explores the benefits and drawbacks for LMIC host communities after this research has been completed. This podcast addresses this issue.

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Oct 12

International medical graduates (IMGs), play an increasingly crucial role - what can we do to support them?
This study examines the processes needed to support IMGs to make a successful transition to their host country.
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Oct 12

Looks at the self-regulated learning (SRL) processes of medical students during learning and how this approach can improve students achievements.
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Sep 01

This study is the first to examine the processes and outcomes of LICs across multiple institutions in different countries in the use of LICs internationally.
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Sep 01

Looks at the effects of variations in task complexity on novices’ cognitive load and learning during simulation-based procedural skills training.
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Aug 02

Provides a critical and conceptual review of the concept of context within the medical education literature and beyond.

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